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A Brickfilm is a film made using Lego bricks, or other similar plastic construction toys. They are usually created with stop motion animation, though computer-generated imagery (CGI), traditional animation, and live action films featuring plastic construction toys (or representations of them) are also usually sometimes considered brickfilms.<ref>>Non Lego characters - Updates & Feedback - Forums - Bricks in Motion</ref> The term 'brick film' was coined by Jason Rowoldt, founder of Brickfilms.com.

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